• COP23 Bonn
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    COP23 Bonn

    Fellow Heather Coleman on what to watch for at the UN's climate change conference in Bonn this month

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  • In a time of hurricanes, we must talk about environmental conservation
    Switzer Fellow Thought Leadership

    In a time of hurricanes, we must talk about environmental conservtion

    Fellow Ayana Johnson makes the case for conservation in Scientific American

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  • In Everyone's Backyard
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    In Everyone's Backyard

    Two Switzer Fellows assesed proximity of fracking to communities at-risk in West Virginia's Marcellus Shale.

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Amanda Subalusky: From mass death, life

When thousands of animals die during mass migrations, ecosystems accommodate the corpses and new cycles are set in motion. Fellow Amanda Subalusky and her colleagues have been studying the mass drownings of wildebeest in Kenya and their impact on the Mara River.

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Dec 5, 2017
As coastal Floridians face rising seas, they may repeat the past — 2,000 years past. The current forecasts are for the Atlantic and Gulf to wash over Florida’s shores more rapidly, and with far more...Read more >
Dec 5, 2017
Low-income households typically spend higher percentages of their incomes on energy costs and thus stand to benefit most from utility bill savings due to solar power generated on their homes. Yet,...Read more >
Dec 5, 2017
When Margaret Rubega first read about how hummingbirds drink, she thought to herself: That can’t possibly be right. Hummingbirds drink nectar using tongues that are so long that, when retracted, they...Read more >
Nov 20, 2017
When people look back at Donald Trump's first year as president, they're likely to be perplexed by his actions on climate change . They will see an administration that put climate deniers in senior...Read more >

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